When it comes to supervillains, your mind tends to go to wacky schemes and elaborate contraptions.
Someone like The Riddler is well known for coming up with crazy plans that involve hours, even days of preparation. Even though Eddie rarely comes out on top, the last thing you can accuse him of is laziness.
the same can't be said for all villains. With every success comes extra
power and extra resources. The cash flow increases, the goon squad grows
and most plans can be carried out with next to no effort.
this, some of the biggest bads in the business have grown lazy and rarely leave their hideouts.
On the other side of things, you have the less experienced villains. They tend to have less resources, no game plan and therefore a lack of effort overall. It rarely ends well for these try hards, but it's sure fun to watch them try.
of these newbies have one idea in mind and tend not to plan for
failure, or plan very much at all for that matter. It's a different type
of laziness to the crime lord in his tower, but they do share one similarity: the hero will definitely defeat them.